Steve Bunin One-on-One

During my run as News Director at Fox Sports Northwest one of my producers, Dave Rees, came into my office one day with a Sportscaster friend named Steve Bunin. Dave introduced me to Steve and said “you have to hire this guy, he’s a star in the making, a true journalist who knows exactly how […]

Getting Hired in Sports Broadcasting: Four Things You Have To Do

Working in sports broadcasting is definitely an out-of-the-box career, you work odd hours and more than a few holidays. But to know that your work is being seen by thousands, sometimes millions, of people is more than just rewarding, it’s habit-forming. The hardest part of launching a successful TV career is getting that first chance […]

2013 NFL Pro Day Schedule

NFL draft geeks circle March 14th on your calendar, that is the day the QB hype machine will reach it’s apex as West Virginia’s Geno Smith shows off his skills (against air) and starts making scouts fall crazy in love. Most mock drafts seems to be anti-QB this year, with Smith and USC signal-caller Matt […]

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Michelle Beadle to Cohost “The Crossover’ on NBC Sports Network

When Michelle Beadle left ESPN for NBC Universal last year, part of the draw was that she’d play a utility role; corresponding for Access Hollywood, studio hosting for NBC’s Olympic coverage and eventually developing a show for NBC Sports Network. That time is now. Beadle’s new vehicle is alongside former Fox News host Dave Briggs […]

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Top Sports Internships For Spring/Summer 2013

The key to launching a career in sports television? Internships, Internships, Internships. One of your few chances to get hands-on experience that will prepare you for the broadcast world is through internships, and it’ll beef up your resume to include much more than “Skills: Catfishing & Freestyle Rap”. Internships are the most vital part of […]

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Featured Sports Job: Sports Anchor/Reporter

One of the most sought after jobs in Sports Television is working on-air as a Sports Anchor/Reporter, and we have a great new job opportunity at a top 150 market in the South. The reasons why so many people want to work on-camera are simple; you can be the voice of authority for an entire […]

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Sacramento Kings Sports & Entertainment Career Fair

I know what you are thinking. With the announcement that the Maloof family will sell the Sacramento Kings to a Seattle group intent on moving the team to the Northwest will there still be a Maloof Sports and Entertainment Career Fair on February 9th? Alright, so that probably wasn’t top of mind as the news […]


Why the Future is Bright for Careers in Sports Broadcasting

When was the last time you sat through a commercial? I can tell you exactly when it was for me: Thanksgiving night while watching the Patriots vs. Jets game. I grew up in Boston, the Patriots are my team, I watch them play live despite the commercials. It’s that simple. Everything else I watch comes […]

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Can Sports Broadcasting and Journalism Co-exist?

There is a rhythm and feel to the sports calendar. As the days start getting longer and warmer, pitchers and catchers reporting for duty just feels right. Humidity and sun burns, break out the pigskin. Dark and cold, time to lace up the skates and high-tops. This year, as the days get shorter and there is […]


Cleveland Browns the Focus of New Travel Channel Show

Forget exotic shoots on location in Bora Bora, the Travel Channel is channeling their inner-Americana in NFL Road Tested: The Cleveland Browns. Premiering December 4th at 10 pm, the joint production between NFL Films and RIVR media will highlight the Browns as they prepare to play in New York, Baltimore, Dallas, Oakland, Denver and Pittsburgh, according […]

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